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Sebastian Mounetou, M.S.

Biographical Sketch

Sebastian is a Research Area Specialist on a treatment study delivering an intervention designed to help reduce alcohol use in DWI defendants.

Prior to working at NRLC, he worked as a Research Assistant in the DYAD Lab at UTSA. Research pertained to alcohol’s effects on risky decisions in female social drinkers, as well as verbal, non-verbal and para-verbal social cues from females in a dyadic social context. On this project, he carried out daily lab tasks such as prepping the lab, running the research session, data collection, and acting as a conversation partner.

Sebastian obtained his Master of Science in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. During his time at UTSA, he completed his Master’s Thesis on “Psychotherapy dropout and process variables” which focused on the rate of drop out from mental health facilities when compared to time of drop out as well as psychological mindedness, readiness/motivation, and therapeutic alliance.

Research Interests

  • Clinical Psychology
  • Dissociation
  • Depression & Anxiety
  • Stress


Year Degree Major Institution
2016 M.S. Psychology University of Texas at San Antonio
2013 B.A. Psychology University of Texas at San Antonio


  • Reading
  • Hiking
  • Gardening
  • Culinary Arts